Window Descriptions : Main ePublisher Window : Style Designer : Header Properties (Tables Only)
 
Header Properties (Tables Only)
Header rows are rows that contain information that identify the content of a particular column. If the table spans several pages of a print layout, the header row usually repeats itself at the beginning of each new page.
In Microsoft Word and Adobe FrameMaker, you can define a header row for your table. In FrameMaker, you can also define a footer row. Body rows are typically all rows in a table not already defined as a header or footer rows. However, unless you explicitly specify a row as a header row, ePublisher considers all rows except the footer rows as body rows.
You can also specify footer padding properties for tables. Padding refers to the space between the table header border and the table header content. You can change the left, top, right, and bottom padding values independently or set all properties to have the same padding. Padding values must be positive numbers.
Left
Specifies the left padding for a table header, or the space between the left table border and where the content begins in the left of the table cell. Set a custom padding value by selecting Custom, entering a value, and selecting the unit of measure. Units of measure you can select include: percentages (%) of the line height, centimeters (cm), em units (em), x-height (ex), inches (in), millimeters (mm), picas (pc), point sizes (pt), and pixels (px).
Top
Specifies the top padding for a table header, or the space between the top table border and where the content aligns at the top of the table cell. Set a custom padding value by selecting Custom, entering a value, and selecting the unit of measure. Units of measure you can select include: percentages (%) of the line height, centimeters (cm), em units (em), x-height (ex), inches (in), millimeters (mm), picas (pc), point sizes (pt), and pixels (px).
Right
Specifies the right padding for a table footer, or the space between the right table border and where the content ends at the right of the table cell. Set a custom padding value by selecting Custom, entering a value, and selecting the unit of measure. Units of measure you can select include: percentages (%) of the line height, centimeters (cm), em units (em), x-height (ex), inches (in), millimeters (mm), picas (pc), point sizes (pt), and pixels (px).
Bottom
Specifies the bottom padding for a table header, or the space between the bottom table border and where the content ends at the bottom of the table cell. Set a custom padding value by selecting Custom, entering a value, and selecting the unit of measure. Units of measure you can select include: percentages (%) of the line height, centimeters (cm), em units (em), x-height (ex), inches (in), millimeters (mm), picas (pc), point sizes (pt), and pixels (px).
Vertical
Specifies the vertical alignment of the content in a table footer. The values for this setting are defined as: Top, Middle, and Bottom.
Color
Specifies the border color for a table header. Select a color from the list or type the RGB value of the color, such as FFFFFF. RGB value refers to the web standard hexadecimal notation for Red, Green, and Blue color values. RGB values can range from the lowest RGB value of 0 (hex #00) to the highest value of 255 (hex #FF). For example, the RGB hexidecimal notation for black is 000000 and white is FFFFFF.
Style
Specifies a border style for a table header, such as a dotted, dashed, or solid line. Not all browsers display border styles the same way. For example, some browsers may not differentiate dotted lines from solid lines. Various browsers and operating systems often display the size and spacing of the dots in a dotted line differently.
Width
Specifies a border width, such as a thick or thin border. Choose a value or set a custom width by selecting Custom, entering a value, and selecting the unit of measure. Units of measure you can select include: percentages (%) of the line height, centimeters (cm), em units (em), x-height (ex), inches (in), millimeters (mm), picas (pc), point sizes (pt), and pixels (px).